Twitching and pressure in cheek

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hi ladies

having horrible morning. I feel jittery and anxious. I have had a twitch on the side of my eye for over a week it is constant cant feel it but can see it. side of my cheek bone feels like pressure and pulling but not pain. I'm so fed up. I dont think these are even menopause symptoms. I scared I've got some neurological disease. sorry to be so negative.

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    Hi Rainy

    Please don't worry I have had this many times and it can last for couple weeks Meno

    makes all your receptors ultra sensitive sometimes twiching all over. Anxiety makes it worse.

    Try to ignore it. I t will go.

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    hi

    thank you for your reply. do you get the pressure on cheek feeling that comes and goes?

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    I have had terrible twitching or muscle spasms in my cheek for a few weeks. It is right along my cheek bone on the right side. It does kind feel like a tug or a pull. It happens randomly and sometimes in conjunction with an eye twitch.

    I am either crazy or have nerve damage. Most likely though, it is tension in my face and squinting from my vision issues.

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    hi

    yes I squint alot especially when using my phone. thanks for your reply. it really does make you feel better knowing your not the only one with all these weird symptoms thank you. I've actually bought some prescription sun glasses as I aqint so much. never thought if that.

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